To The Blue.
We understand that a healthy ocean is crucial for life to thrive on Earth. From the teeny tiny plankton that form the base of the marine food chain to the office favourite, Killer Whale, we’re dedicated to give what we can to ensure a sustainable future for our oceans.
We believe that even the smallest businesses can be the driver for a more sustainable future.
And although we may be small, we’re proud to donate 5% of revenue from new business we take on at Salt Water Digital. We recognize how lucky we are to be in a position to give and feel like it’s our responsibility to do so.
We will be donating monetarily each quarter to a charitable organization dedicated in some way to ocean research, awareness or action. Join our newsletter to learn more about the organizations we support and the contributions we’ve been able to make.
And of course we couldn’t do it without our wonderful clients who trust us with their digital marketing needs. We hope you take pride in supporting small businesses that pledge to make a positive impact on the planet.
We're proud to have donated to some amazing organizations.
Dedicated to the protection & restoration of the Fraser River and its watershed. An initiative of Swim Drink Fish, which aims to ensure all citizens are able to safely swim, drink, and fish in BC waters.
North Shore Streamkeepers are ordinary people who are willing to be trained and spend their free time monitoring and improving streams and waterways. Their activities include juvenile fish surveys, community workshops, streamside plantings, advocacy, and education.
Watershed Watch Salmon Society is a science-based charity working to defend and rebuild B.C.’s wild salmon.
They are a highly effective advocacy group which tackles the complex issues facing wild salmon through collaboration with other organizations and community groups.
The Large Marine Vertebrates Research Institute Philippines (LAMAVE) is a a Filipino non-government organisation dedicated to the conservation of marine megafauna.
They believe science, people and knowledge are key to protect the oceans and the species that call them home.